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Dating scammer Greg Antonio Carloni

 

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Name: Greg Antonio Carloni


Email: holdmydreams007@gmail.com


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I met 'Greg Antonio Carloni' on Match.com. He sent me a wink from a profile called 'Readmybio' and in the profile he gave his phone number and said text me. I texted him.
Right away he asked if I had any experience with online dating fraud. This got me thinking. He sent me daily emails with poems. He right away claimed to care about me and wanted a real lasting relationship. When I wanted to meet he said he had to travel out of town. After 8 days of emailing he texted me and told me he wanted me to wire $1500 to a woman in New York to help him pay documentation fees. Even though in earlier texts he claimed to be a very wealthy project developer. He claimed he had frozen his bank account earlier that day. This was probably the politest scammer I had come across. His story was so weak it was pathetic. I can't believe he could ever possibly convince someone to send him money.

I am guessing the scammer is really a woman pretending
To be a man. Men Dont write such pathetic poetry. The emails seemed to be crafted by a female foreigner due to some language issues. I think the photos were probably stolen from some poor unsuspecting person who probably knows nothing about these schemes. However the pictures look like age progressed photos of Kelvin white posted elsewhere on this site under the article called dating scammer Greg Anderson Garza.


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2017-08-28, 13:00:54
anonymous from United States  
He is on plenty of fish also, watch out for him
2017-08-28, 22:42:39
anonymous from United States  
Greg Antonio Carloni - met on POF - yes he writes poems... email: holdmydreams007@gmail.com.... didn't get to where he asked for money yet. Just thought I would search his name....and look.... it shows up with the same email as a scammer! Didn't want to answer questions about 'his son.' Be careful - these dishonest people are everywhere!
2017-09-05, 09:26:29
anonymous from United States  
This person contacted me with the same stories as the other post mentioned. Told me how wealthy he was and was a commercial driver and had sole custody of his 8 year due to his wife having no interest in the boy.

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